"Nice clothes" means anything but, to tween fashionistas

10/25/2007 | Wall Street Journal (free content), The

A new generation of tween fashion bullies, fueled in part by the rise of designer collections aimed at children, are increasingly picking on peers less concerned with brand names. Although style has often been used as a social weapon, fashion-related bullying is intensifying, guidance counselors and psychologists say.

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